Does amoxicillin/clavulanate for children go bad if u do not refrigerate?
- 13 Feb 2010 by KRAZNICE
- amoxicillin, clavulanate
18 Feb 2010
YES! If it has not been refrigerated it should NOT be given.
20 Feb 2010
I agree, that is why it says on the label WARNING PLEASE REFRIGERATE. You did not have it in there please discard.
28 Feb 2010
I have a bottle now that was prescribed yesterday to my 8 month old. It states on the bottle that refrigeration is preferable but not required.
31 Mar 2010
Amoxicillin & clavulanate have storage condition that it should be refrigarated, if its not the medicine gets contaminated.
22 May 2011
Our bottle says "refrigeration preferable but not required"
Double check with your pharmacist.
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